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Thursday, August 30, 2007

Treatment of Cerebral Palsy

Cerebral palsy is a disorder of movement and posture that results from a no progressive abnormality of the immature brain in which until now can not be cured, but treatment can often improve a child's capabilities. Many of cerebral palsy therapy treatments are available to help a child function at the highest level possible, so they can enjoy near-normal lives if their neurological problems are properly managed.

Children diagnosed with cerebral palsy may have movement problems, a therapeutic exercise program by intensive system is important treatment for them to maximize their independence and prevent or treat complications.

Others treatment such as behavioral therapy, counseling, braces, drugs, mechanical aids, music therapy, dance therapy, physical therapy, occupational therapy, play therapy, speech & language therapy and surgery including specialists such as audiologists, developmental pediatricians, neurologists, nutritionists, occupational therapists, orthopedic surgeons, and speech pathologists are will help the child with cerebral palsy improve their posture and movement.

Treatment for the children who diagnosed cerebral palsy will involve a pediatrician, pediatric neurologist, or pediatric physiatrist which provides primary care for children with cerebral palsy. Treatment of cerebral palsy for adults may involve a family doctor, neurologist, or physiatrist provides primary care for adults with cerebral palsy.


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